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Thursday, January 3, 2008


Florida's Department of Education is holding a public hearing today in Jacksonville on the state's proposed new science education standards, which would call on Florida public schools to teach "evolution" rather than what is now referred to as "biological changes over time." Another hearing is scheduled in Fort Lauderdale next week. It's believed the State Board of Education will vote on the proposal, which has been applauded by the scientific community, in February. —Heather Wax